One of the most exciting parts of being an Inspirato member is gaining access to new homes and hotels, added to the Collection at least once a month. But perhaps even better than that may be the addition of the new destinations in which those residences are found. Check out these four brand-new Inspirato destinations, ready to welcome you as soon as you book your trip.
Scrub Island, British Virgin Islands
Just east of Puerto Rico lie the British Virgin Islands, and one of the most picturesque is also one of our newest destinations: Scrub Island. Formed by volcanic activity, it’s a tiny and private resort retreat just a mile and a half off the coast of Tortola. Enjoy the seclusion of the island and stroll its sugar-sand shores. Adventurous Inspirato members can dive more than 80 feet to explore the RMS Rhone, a British Royal Mail ship that went down in 1867 and is considered one of the best wrecks in the Caribbean.
Europe meets Asia in this incredible new Inspirato destination. And we mean that literally: Istanbul is officially the only city in the world where two continents meet. The dividing line is the Bosphorus Strait, Istanbul’s main waterway and the perfect place to take in sights on either side of the city with a boat tour or sunset cruise. And there’s culture around every corner in this storied city, with colorful markets and historic Ottoman palaces waiting to be explored. But its arguably most famous landmark is Hagia Sophia—pictured above—an incredible architectural wonder constructed in the 500s AD of the Byzantine era.
The second-largest city in Arizona, Tucson is tucked among the rolling hills of the Sonoran Desert and the peaks of five—yes, five—different mountain ranges. It’s quintessentially Southwest, and we can’t get enough of its desert charm. Explore the arts and music scene downtown, or lose yourself among the towering cacti of Saguaro National Park, home to a plethora of its namesake plants (and plenty of photo ops).
Costa Elena, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Up the coast from a few of our other Costa Rica destinations, Costa Elena is situated at the tip of Costa Rica’s Guanacaste province, known for its pleasantly dry-but-lush climate and gorgeous beaches. This private resort community is the perfect jumping-off point for exploring Guanacaste’s myriad outdoor activities. Here, you can whitewater raft, zipline, or see Costa Rica’s rich wildlife with a tour through Palo Verde National Park, all nearby. Or, simply kick back and relax by the Pacific. (We like that last option a lot.)